Tagging Employees with Microchips – Welcome to Today

by Mark Angelides

A Wisconsin company, Three Square Market, that deals in “tech for break rooms” (??!?!), has just announced that they will begin implanting their fifty plus employees with microchip technology. The most amazing aspect of this is not that they have such technology, but that people are actually going along with this sick, controlling travesty at all!
The company will implant a small microchip that uses RFID technology (Radio-Frequency Identification) in the employees hand; this will enable the employee to open doors and “purchase food at work”. Yes, that’s right. The employees will give up their rights to be free and unmonitored so as to open a door and buy food (how on earth did we do these things before RFID technology?). The management of the company are enthused about the meshing of man and machine and in a statement said: “It’s the next thing that’s inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it.”
I very rarely write the word “I” in articles. I prefer to use other sources and news media to make my points. But, this time, “I” have literally never been so blown away by a news story. The CEO who says that this is “the next thing that’s inevitably going to happen”!!! Is this guy a moron? Does he not see the real world around him? Does he really believe that having microchips implanted in your body so you can “open a door” is a good thing?
Again, I don’t like to write in the first person usually, but: They will put that microchip in me after they have (to use a phrase) removed the gun from my cold dead hand”. The company claims that the no employees will be forced to have the implant. So either these employees will not be able to purchase food, open doors, etc…Or the traditional options will still be available (thus making the RFID useless). But those that refuse the chip…How long before they are told that the business premises are set up only for use with “extension technology”, and therefore they must either have the chip, or not have a new contract?
This will roll out. It will become more and more common. They will start with large Global corporations that employ thousands of people at minimum wage (let’s just for example say Walmart). The employees won’t be fired for refusing the chip, but it will be made clear that when it comes to contract renewal, they may not be technologically compatible with the new hi-tech store. For fear of losing their home and jobs, they will submit (they do have a choice, but for many people on that end of the economic scale, even missing a week’s paycheck to find a new job can be devastating).
And once the major Globalist companies have it in place, legislation will be introduced to “standardize safety practices” and to “ensure security”. The “security” will be so “effective” that banks will require customers to have the chips.
This is the “microchipped society”. People like Dvaid Icke have been talking about it for years. I didn’t believe it. I thought it was a “bit of a fantasy”. But here it is. Welcome to today.

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5 thoughts on “Tagging Employees with Microchips – Welcome to Today”

  1. “Americans are the most misled, misdirected, and therefore the most gullible people on the face of the planet” ~ Alan Hart, author
    An East Indian doctor girl-friend of mine called me, and she had just come from a meeting on microchipping.
    “Do not EVER, EVER do this. Run – if you have to”.
    Honey, you were preaching to the choir!

      • Sadly, there’s no shortage – especially if it means they can ‘simply swipe their hand, and never have to worry about a card!’
        We’ll soon see ‘robberies’ of people’s chipped hands…..hahahahahaha
        “Stupidity is it’s own reward” ~ My dad

  2. Cards are so heavy to carry around. They can get lost or stolen. You have to remember them. Such a pain. I really hope no one cuts my hand off in order to gain access to my chip.


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